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North Pikounda REDD+

VCS-1052

Congo

Forestry

VM0011

Description

The North Pikounda REDD+ Project is a conservation and sustainable forestry initiative that aims to reduce emissions from deforestation and degradation. It covers an area of 92,530 hectares of unlogged native Congolese forest, legally designated as a selective logging concession. The project is a critical step in protecting the environment and preserving biodiversity in the region. Key Highlights: - The project is focused on canceling planned degradation and deforestation activities in the area. - It aims to protect 92,530 hectares of native forest and maintain the biodiversity of the region. - Selective logging was originally planned for the dry lands, which covers 55,950 hectares of the area. - The project is expected to reduce carbon emissions by preventing deforestation and degradation activities. The North Pikounda REDD+ Project is essential in the fight against climate change. By protecting the forest area, the project not only preserves the biodiversity of the region but also prevents the release of carbon emissions into the atmosphere. The project is a prime example of how conservation and sustainable forestry practices can help combat global warming and its devastating effects.

Seller listing

@carbonmark

Available tonnes

563

Vintage

2012

Registry

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Verified Carbon Standard

Registry details

Sustainable Development Goals

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Stats

Data for this project

Total Retirements:

15,030.19

Remaining Supply:

41,063.61